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Thursday, March 10, 2011

Society of Editors (Victoria) Inc. - Network with your peers

One of the benefits of paying a yearly subscription to a professional association such as Society of Editors is that I receive eNewsletters in my email inbox periodically. I cannot make the full 8 pages available to show you the range and style of content covered, but the headings include 'Hard Times or Just New Times?' (news about the REDGroup going into voluntary administration), 'Accreditation Exam' and 'Next Dinner Meeting: Stephan Banham on Typography', an invitation to dinner with peers to hear a speaker on an industry topic and to meet up with old friends and colleagues to maybe find out about emerging work opportunities. This is networking, in other words. I've posted a picture (pdf) to the pic column under newsletters. It's illegible in this format but shows the style of the publication. (I know you've all seen thousands of examples of such circulars to be trashed from your inbox daily - I'm just covering a variety of outputs for fun!)

If you are interesting in joining the Society of Editors in your state you may join as either a full member or an associate member. For more information go to http://www.socedvic.org/ and enquire via the membership link.

1 comment:

  1. See also review of the novel by Francis Devlin-Glass, Deakin University under Writers' links.


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